The Sunday Oregonian. (Portland, Ore.) 1881-current, September 15, 1918, SECTION THREE, Page 3, Image 39

Below is the OCR text representation for this newspapers page. It is also available as plain text as well as XML.

societies. A number of the friends of
the counts already know of their en
, easement, but as yet there are no def
inite plans for the wedding.
Mrs. Isam White and Miss Edith
Xanx. who have been visiting in th
Canadian Rockies, recently returned
vnd are now at .the Eyrie. White &ai
don. Wash., for a week.
Mr. and Mra. John Shull and dauph
ters. Mra, GrenTiile Vernon, and Miss
Ruth Shull. who hare been visiting tn
formers' uni. H. H Shull. in VanCOUTer,
E. C. returned yesterday to Portland.
... m m '
'Mis. Amv Robinson and Harold
Dekum Gill will be married Thursday,
EieDtember 26. in St. Stephen's fro
Cathedral at 8:30 o'clock and the affair
is of great interest to Portlanders as
both families are prominent and active
In the affairs of the city, socially and
otherwise, Rt Rev. Walter Taylor
Cumner will read the service and fol
lnwinz- that there will be a small an
Informal reception held at the home of
the bride-elect's parents, Mr. ana airs.
J. C. Robinson, on Fortlana tteignis.
Miss Elsa Gill will be maid of honor
and the bridesmaids will be Misses
icathrvn Hovt. Alice Dabney. Stephani
Strain and Helen Page. Joseph Gill
will attend the bridegroom and the
rntiti will be ushered by Captain Prea
rntt Cookinrham. Lieutenant Adrian
Brewer. Richard Montgomery and
.Walter Keisner. -
M!n Catherine Collins, of Seattle.
who has been visiting Miss Ruth Teal
for a few weeks, left Thursday for her
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Olmstead (Alice
Emtth) are being showerea wnn ran
,.nor iinnn the arrival
. of a daughter born Friday morning t
the Portland aiaierniiy xioijivi.
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Forbes (Frances
Wilson) who recently movea 10 jiorrn
town. N. J, are being felicitated upon
the arrival of their second son, born
Mr. and Mrs. David T. Honeyman are
pending the week-end as house guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jacobson at
their residence on the Columbia High
Mrs. E. C. Shevlin and Mrs. David
C Lewis are taking a few days' motor
trip through the Deschutes country,
A big benefit dance is being arranged
Sot the Franco-Belgian Society for the
venine- of September 28 for the lrrencn
and Belgian orphans. The dance is
being given under the auspices of the
society, and it will te neia in uurti
hurst Club. Patrons and patronesses
fnr the affair include:
Mr. and Mrs. Henri Labbe. Mr. and
Mrs. J. Drouillat. Mr. and Mrs. W. B.
avers. Mr. and Mrs. Folger Jonnson,
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Wheelwright. Dr.
and Mrs. K. F. Tucker. Dr. and Mra
J. p. Tamiesie. Mr. and Mrs. A. C.
Holmes. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Cooke, Mme.
Lucie Valaire. Mrs. Kelly Rees, Mrs.
Donald Spencer. Mile. A. Malllet.
The dance will be informal and the
tickets are to be sold at a nominal cost,
so the society is planning to sell to
veryone whether he goes or not. The
society is making efforts to secure
everything by donation, so there will be
no expense and a large sum raised for
the orphan fund.
m m
Honoring Miss' Kate Brasel who be
came the bride of Lieutenant Sylvester
XL Scott yesterday, a number of charm
Ine functions were given during the
week, among which was a luncheon
presided over by Miss Louise Poulsen
j or j j close irienus ui tuo iuv
Trommald. Mrs. John Plagemann. Mrs.
Delia. Hahn Gearln. Mrs. Harry Sharp,
Mrs. Alfred Smith. Mrs. Mary Kern,
the Misses Leila and V'Ona Guthrie,
Cretchen Klosterman. and the hostess.
On Wednesday Mrs. Sharp entertain
ed with a motor trip to Forest Hall
where luncheon was served, covers be
ing placed for Miss Brasel. Miss Klos
terman. Mrs. Trommald, Misses Edna
Minsinger, the bride. Miss Katharine
Graham, and the hostess.
Last night Mrs. Gearln and Mrs.
Harry Sharp entertained 13 couples at
supper and dancing after the Scott
Brasel wedding. .
The many friends of Mr. and Mrs.
Folger Johnson will regret to learn
that they will spend the Winter in Cali
fornia. Mr. Johnson went a week ago
to assume a responsible position in the
Liberty shipbuilding plant at Alameda.
Mrs. Johnson left on Friday with Fol
ger, Jr.. and their new home will be
In the Euclid Apartments on Euclid
avenue and Hearst street.
The marriage of Miss Agnes M. Evans
and Harry Fischer took place Friday,
September 13 at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Ben F. Green. 1263 East Flanders
street. Laurelhurst. Dr. A. A. Morri
son, rector of Trinity Episcopal
Church, officiated at 8:30 o'clock. Miss
Elcena Green, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Ben F. Green, a senior student of St.
Mary's Academy and College, played
the wedding music on the harp and
Miss Geraldine McClellan, also a senior
of St. Mary's, sang "Ave Maria," with
Miss Green at the piano..
The bride wore a gown of white
crepe meteor, with tunic of Georgette
crepe and silver beading. Her veil
was of silk tulle, worn with orange
blossoms. Her bouquet was a shower
of bride roses and lilies of the valley.
Miss Ruth Euphersene Larson was
maid of honor and the best man was
Edward R. Morris. About SO guests at
tended the ceremony and the reception
which immediately followed. A wed
ding supper was served and the even
ing spent In dancing.
The bride is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. J. S. Evans, of Bellingham, Wash.,
and for the last year she has made her
home in Portland with relatives. She
Is popular in a large circle of friends.
Mr. Fischer is a son of Ella M. Old
field, of New York City, and a nephew
of the late United States Senator. Shel
ley E. Cullom, of Illinois. He has
made his home in Portland for about
20 years and he. is one of the most
popular and best-known men in social
circles and clubdom. He is a member
of four of the leading clubs of Portland
and secretary of the Multnomah Ama
teur Athletic Club. He has gained
distinction numerous times in athlet
ics and won many medals for various
athletic events. He is a Phi Delta
Kadda man.
Mr. and Mrs. Fischer left yesterday
for an extended motor trip. They will
loin the bride's brother and sister-In
law, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Evans, at Mount
Raker. Mr. Evans is an artist or promt
nence and at the present time he is
traveling and sketching the western
mountains in their Fall grandeur.
-The Emporium will be closed tomorrow, Monday Jewish Holiday.
Portlanders will be interested In the
news of the engagement of a former
resident of this city. Miss Prtscilla
EHicott, daughter of Captain and Mrs.
John B. Ellicott, of Mare Island, to
Captain Thomas Eugene Watson, U. S.
M. C. which will take place in San
Domingo tomorrow.
A cablegram telling this news was
received recently by the parents of
the bride-elect, the engagement being
made known some momns ago.- xne
-wedding will be solemnized at the
home of the bride-elect's brother-in-law
and sister. Captain and Mrs. R. S.
Kingsbury, who have " been 'making
tbelr home in San' Domingo for some
V xs the parents of the bride will be
unable to atend the wedding, owing
to uncertain travel ' conditions, the
bride-elect's uncle. Major C S. Will
lams. V. S. M. C. will givs her in
marriage. ... .
; TACOMA. Wash.. Sept. IS. (Special.)1
i Miss Florence Gould, of Hood River.
Or has been added to the Tacoma
library staff. Miss Gould returned late
In August from Pittsburg, Fa, where
aher completed Jier; ours-Jn, library..
at conservative prices
street wear, business, afternoon, informal wear
More dresses than we've ever before assembled for any one season await your
admiration and approval. We ve pictured six of the models for you. I here
are hundreds of others equally attractive. ,
Popular prices hold sway at the Emporium. There are dresses for every woman whether she would
pay $19.50 or $75. Satins, charmeuse, Georgettes, tricolettes, serges, velvets, jerseys all the new shades.
We've priced a splendid group of smart
Silk, Serge and Jersey Dresses at $19.50
Satin dresses have fringe trimmings or are fin
ished with Georgettes. Serge models are cleverly
braided and display tunics or. plaited .effects. Jer
seys are tailored. All shades.
AT $29.50 We've a wonderful array of styles that
are individual and different. You'll like any one of
a dozen models.
AT $35.00 are dresses that are copies
of very much higher priced models.
They're as distinctive and handsome
as can be I
AT $39.50 TO $75 are the most be
witching; models. Any number of
them were exclusively designed by
foremost makers of dresses.
Second Floor Emporium
Crepe de Chine Blouses
of unusually heavy crepe
They'll prove the biggest kind of surprises!
Because the store is closed Monday and we want
to double Tuesday's business we've given them
this low price.
AT $25.00 an exceptionally interesting showing of
the most approved styles in silks, serges and jerseys.
Modish Millinery
Fashion's fairest blossoms
are shown at the Emporium.
A group of beautifully trimmed models repre
senting the final decisions of millinery fashion
These are types that well-gowned women
will insist upon for Autumn wear. We're
proud of our display. It tells of the very latest
styles in no uncertain terms.
Every popular material and trimming feature is
represented and used in so many distinctive, novel
ways that the variety is emphatically unusual
Prices range $7.50 to $25
and more.
Our 3d floor holds hun
dreds and hundreds of the
cleverest of untrimmed
hat shapes! More, we be
lieve, than you'll find in
any other Portland shop.
Values much out of the usual ! They're
of the sort of crepe that will wear and
wear and launders beautifully. A qual
ity we'll not be able to duplicate again
at this price.
One model has tucked front, square neck
, and big hemstitched collar others are
tailored high-neck models.
124 W28Jixutoc3rWatc
The Emporium will be closed tomorrow, Monday Jewish Holiday.
i " Kivf- tox- m
' ' hssftm 14 Ma il
, Ml U If
study at Carnegie Institute. Since that
time she has Deen visiting wun nor
parents at Hood River.
Mr. and Mrs. Dent Mowrey, musi
cians, have returned to the Sound after
the Summer spent in portlana.
Sergeant Paul Mlrat, or tne rencn
army, who was one or tne aeiau 01
foreign officers stationed at Camp
Lewis for several months, is to be mar
ried to Mile. Marie-Elise Larrargue.
of Paris. Cards announcing the wed
ding have reached Sergeant Mlrafs Ta
coma friends. He often visited Port
land while stationed at Camp Lewis.
He was an artist of note before Join
ing the colors .tend -often sketched
scenes on the battlefront while describ
ing the war to friends.
Miss Marion Buehke, of Portland, is
visiting in Tacoma.
Dr. A Van Winkle, of Oakville. one
of the most prominent practitioners in
Grays Harbor County, is in Tacoma.
Miss Leah Cohen, who has been so
journing in Seaside during the Summer ,
witTTher mother for a number of weeks.
will leave tomorrow for New York,
where she wiU spend the Winter.
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Schwind, of 81
Fifth street, entertained a number of
friends Friday evening at their at
tractive cottage at Seaview, Wash., the
occasion being the 25th wedding anni
versary of the host and hostess.
The cottage was decorated with
blooms, from the grounds, surrounding
the Schwind cottage. Many congratu
latory messages, and gifts-were 're
ceived. During the evening a buffet
supper was served, the charming hos
tess cutting a wedding cake, after
which all enjoyed an evening of music
Among those present were: Mr. and
Mrs. .A. P. Andersen, Miss Andersen,
Mrs. Emiel Echacht. Mrs. E. D. . W.
Cramer, Mrs. Cdrbett Herron, Miss Lou
ise Schaefer, Mrs. Leon Michels, Miss
Michels, and the host and hostess.
uib. irthjti TColunn who was married
vesfrrdav to Theodore Palitxsch. was
PTiKrislvplv entertained during the
woplr Amonsr the notable affairs in
Est. 1870k
C. G. Applegath
352 Alder Two Stores 124 Second E
her honor was a card party given by
Miss Margaret Palitzsch on Thurs
day, and a luncheon the preceding day
for which Mrs. Daniel Hogan was host
ess. .
Mrs. Clara H. Waldo, a weU-known
Oregon woman, will leave for Los An
geles, where she will spend the Win
ter with her mother, Mrs. Phebe M.
. e " e
Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Casey enter
tained with an informal dinner at their
country home at Damascus on Tuesday.
Their guests from town were Arch
bishop Christie, Father Bugent, Father
Cronan, Robert J. Linden and Captain
Mrs. John H. Scott and daughter,
Miss Marian A. Scott, left Thursday
for San Francisco and Palo Alto, Cal.
Miss Scott will enter Miss Harker's
School in Palo Alto, and Mrs. Scott will
return to Portland in about ten days.
Interesting news has reached Port-1
land friends and relatives of Colonel
and Mrs. F. Popham Young, of Rawal
Plndi, India, that the former, who re
cently was made commander of the
British empire ad on the King's birth
day, June 3, he was in his honor's
list with a K. B. C, Knight of
the British Empire, which ' carries
the title of Lieutenant-Colonel Sir
Frank Popham Young, and Mrs. Young
will be known as Lady Popham Young.
Lady Popham Young is a sister of
James A. Beckett, of this city, and she
visited here several years ago. Their,
son, a United States submarine com-..:
mander was killed about a year ago
and was honored as a hero by tha
United States Government. Colonel Sir;
Popham Young recruited in the Punjab
(Continud on Pas 4.)
Photography and Art
(Between 10th and 11th Phone Bdwy. 2837
FOR ONLY....... viJ.Uy
. (SIZE 414x10 INCHES) dji ff
FOR ONLY.... D'feUl
IN ORDER to assist all women who are
especially interested in helping win
the war, a shop has been opened on
the second floor of the Tilford Bldg.,
in order to greatly decrease the cost of
dressmaking. A plan has been devised to
furnish the cutting, fitting and assist in
the work of making women's garments
of all kinds. At this time it is the duty
of all women to know how to make their
own clothing and help conserve and save.
.We will assist mothers and all busy
women at their own. hours. We have a
first-class French cutter and fitter, who
will assist at all hours on appointment,
making only a nominal charge of $3.00,
and will assist in selecting materials so
as to get the best and most practicable
values at lowest rates. Apply at the Shop,
Second Floor, Tilford Bldg.
ET1 1 04.0